Terahertz radiation could speed up computer memory by 1000 times
‘T-rays’ can reset computer cells far faster than a magnetic field.
MIT uses radiation to read closed books
Terahertz imaging can scan pages that would be too fragile to touch.
Researchers use T-rays to look inside of broken microchips
New microscopic terahertz camera can see through solid objects
Terahertz laser tech could scan for bombs at airports
Quantum cascade lasers don't just sound cool -- they can save lives.
Super-speedy light detector gives x-ray machines a run for their money
It's very tough to find light beyond certain frequencies. If you want to see elusive terahertz wav...
Researchers achieve 100 Gbps over sub-terahertz wireless, set world record
100 Gbps over fiber is old news, but those same speeds achieved wirelessly? That's a first. Resear...
Caltech wizards develop terahertz-radiating chips, eye homeland security and 'touchless gaming' applications
A duo of electrical engineers (or mad scientists, if you prefer) at the California Institute of Te...
Harvard makes distortion-free lens from gold and silicon, aims for the perfect image (or signal)
Imaging has been defined by glass lenses for centuries, and even fiber optics haven't entirely esc...
Nano vacuum tubes could give a second life to the guitarist's best friend
Pretty much the only place you see vacuum tubes any more is inside a quality audio amp. But, once...